ONEGODLESS ‘The Calm’ Music Video Released
Dutch metallers ONEGODLESS have released a music video for ‘The Calm‘, the song is taken from the debut album ‘Mourner‘, out on June 9th 2017. The album is produced by Robin Zielhorst & Tymon Kruidenier (Cynic, Exivious, Skeletor, Codex). Mixed and mastered by Tymon Kruidenier and the artwork is made by GutsArt in cooperation with Zielhorst.
“The music video illustrates the message of the lyrics” Zielhorst states. “It’s about saying your farewell to all before you die, being at peace with the end of your life. As the artwork inside the CD Digipack, it’s about the progress of being closed off to the world, then opening up, to the end where you’re open, and at peace with dying“.
“The Calm” is the last of three singles of the upcoming debut album “Mourner“. You can check out the other singles here:
ONEGODLESS – FROM THE ASHES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgzAj8fdnyM
ONEGODLESS – COUNTLESS HOURS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O23_gLmUrw
ONEGODLESS is founded by Dutch bass player Robin Zielhorst. Zielhorst is known for his (fretless) bass playing in bands like Cynic, Exivious, Our Oceans, various studio projects and solo performances, and joins forces with Pieter Verpaalen (Textures), Yordi Lopez (Red Eyes, 3D Monster) and Yuma van Eekelen (Pestilence, Exivious).
02. The Calm
03. Burn The Sun
04. Countless Hours
06. Hangman’s Time
07. Songs Of Old
10. My Blood
11. From The Ashes
As the release date for the album is near, the crowdfunding campaign closes on May 26th: www.onegodlessofficial.com.
With a total running time of just over 43 minutes, this CD will surely give you the finest in ONEGODLESS‘s self proclaimed genre HEAVYSTONERLUESGROOVEROCKSLUDGEMETAL. ONEGODLESS is known for their joking image, not taking things too seriously, their music is most definitely serious.
Robin Zielhorst – Bass (ex-Cynic, ex-Blue Man Group, Exivious, Our Oceans)
Pieter Verpaalen – Vocals (ex-Textures)
Yordi Lopez – Guitars (Red Eyes, 3D Monster)
Yuma van Eekelen – Drums (Exivious, ex-Pestilence)
Be advised: this music is best listened to with your volume at level 11. Please use (enclosed) earplugs to protect your ears if necessary. ONEGODLESS can not be held responsible for any hearing loss.